The Return of New Condos to Alexandria: The Isabella Opens This Weekend

by UrbanTurf Staff

The Return of New Condos to Alexandria: The Isabella Opens This Weekend: Figure 1
The Isabella

The Isabella at Monticello Mews will have its grand opening this weekend, September 18th and 19th from noon to 6pm. The grand opening marks the return of new condo construction to Alexandria, an area that had just 140 new condo units remaining on the market back in February 2010.

The 144-unit project at 6301 Edsall Road (map) offers one and two-bedroom condo units starting at $239,000 and ranging in size from 781 to 1,673 square feet.

One of the main draws for buyers at The Isabella may be the amenities that will be offered, including a 25-meter lap pool, a sun deck, a private dog park, a fitness room and outdoor sports court, a private quarter-mile fitness and walking path, a front desk attendant, controlled lobby access, a secure two-level underground parking garage and an on-site Metro shuttle.

For more information, click here or drop by the grand opening on Saturday or Sunday between noon and 6pm. More images below.

The Return of New Condos to Alexandria: The Isabella Opens This Weekend: Figure 2
View into living room of a model unit

The Return of New Condos to Alexandria: The Isabella Opens This Weekend: Figure 3

The Return of New Condos to Alexandria: The Isabella Opens This Weekend: Figure 4

The Return of New Condos to Alexandria: The Isabella Opens This Weekend: Figure 5

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/grand_opening_at_the_isabella_this_weekend/2467


  1. Kevin said at 8:31 pm on Tuesday September 14, 2010:
    Wow....new construction at an affordable cost. I'll have to check this out this weekend.
  1. BD said at 1:59 pm on Wednesday September 15, 2010:
    Dealbreaker for me might be whether or not fiber for FiOS was laid in that area. No one's been able to give me an answer, and I refuse to move anywhere that only has Comcast or Cox.
  1. Elizabeth said at 5:05 pm on Wednesday September 15, 2010:
    Is this the City of Alexandria or Fairfax County?
  1. Alex said at 5:17 pm on Wednesday September 15, 2010:
    Hello pool time! When do these deliver? Or have they delivered already?
  1. swester said at 5:30 pm on Wednesday September 15, 2010:
    I know it's a minor nitpick, but that exterior just reeks of a SpringHill Suites or Microtel. Prices seem pretty nice, though, and it is close to the Metro...makes me wish I would have waited a bit longer to buy.
  1. makeba said at 11:03 pm on Friday November 29, 2013:
    This is atrocious! This is brand-new from the ground up. No excuse to have such an ugly ext. Where was the city of Alex. during the initial phase? What architect signed off on this sober?? I don't care if you put marble on the ceiling, have diamond-encrusted door knobs & gold toilet paper holders . Yuck

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